The trend has been changing all the time, especially in the home furnishing industry. Every year's design concepts, production techniques, popular elements, styles and colors will always evolve. Bathrooms, as an area that cannot be neglected in home decoration, are an important part of the home. Carrying a person's life philosophy and pursuit of ideas, what are the new changes in 2018?
Trend 1: Bathroom Products "Furniture"
At present, many new types of innovative sanitary ware products have begun to be introduced to the market one after another. Multi-functional washbasins, smart and practical bathroom cabinets and toilets that are more aesthetically pleasing are becoming increasingly sought-after by consumers.
Trend 2: Minimalism
Simple is equal to convenience, this minimalist trend just caters to the psychology of many young people, so sanitary ware has also become direct and "the most simple." The washbasin is no longer blindly pursuing the luxury of marble countertops; toilets are no longer bulky and bulky; more and more rational consumers do not consider the area of their own bathroom, but to install a large bath or shower room , Minimalist style began to be popular.
Trend 3: Intelligent bathroom products become popular
With advancements in technology, bathroom products are constantly merging more and more technological content. Smart thermostat baths and smart pumping toilets undoubtedly bring new comforts to consumers.
Trend #4: New materials for sanitary ware emerge one after another
Ceramic products no longer dominate the world of toilets. Stone, glass, wood and other materials have become alternatives to ceramic products. As a result, porcelain and glazed tiles will gradually replace the traditional clay bricks, the ever-changing colors; glass mosaic in the bathroom in full bloom, these new materials available, will better reflect its design heritage.
Trend 5: Focus on Health and Environmental Protection
Health and water saving are the king of the sanitary revolution for many years. In the building materials market, we can often see that major bathroom brands make such slogans. From bathtubs to toilets to urinals, technological changes are taking place in places and places where antibacterial, antifouling and water saving are available. It is believed that such a product can better cater to the psychology of consumers, and the sanitary products with both antibacterial and water-saving features will be more outstanding. Take the tap, calcium-free steel will gradually replace the copper, which is mainly to consider environmental protection and health.